Texas Society of CPAs is Looking for Outstanding Young CPAs

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State-wide organization seeks to honor rising stars in the CPA profession.

The Texas Society of CPAs’ (TSCPA) third annual Rising Stars recognition program is now open for nominations. TSCPA is searching for Texas CPAs 40 and under who have shown innovative leadership qualities within the profession and in their communities. Do you have a colleague who is dedicated to teaching students strong money management skills? Or perhaps they are involved on a nonprofit board in your community? If you know of a rising star in your firm or company, fill out the nomination form on TSCPA.org.

Anyone can nominate a Rising Star, but the nominees must be TSCPA members. Honorees will be recognized and profiled in an issue of Today’s CPA magazine, as well as receive recognition on the TSCPA website and at the Annual Meeting of Members. Nominations must be completed by Friday, Nov. 15 to be considered.

Nominate someone today.


TSCPA (http://www.tscpa.org) is a nonprofit, voluntary, professional organization representing Texas CPAs. The society has 20 local chapters statewide and has 27,000 members, one of the largest in-state memberships of any state CPA society in the United States. TSCPA is committed to serving the public interest with programs that advance the highest standards of ethics and practice within the CPA profession.

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Avery Elander
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